The music album of 'Bhool Bhulaiya' is an absolute listener's delight. Composed by Pritam and with lyrics by Sameer, the soundtrack is a pleasure to listen to and would definitely rope in huge profits.
The title track is doing wonders on the small screen. 'Bhool Bhulaiya' is a peppy track rendered by Neeraj Sridhar of Bombay Vikings fame. The song has a vibrant and lively feel to it, making it a 'sing-along' kind of number. The Hinglish track is pretty different from the usual lot. There's also a lot of energy associated with the phrase 'Hare Ram Hare Krishna'.
K.K. takes over the reins of 'Allah hafiz', an enjoyable number that has the right zing at the right places. It has punch and perkiness and would surely get the thumbs up from audiences.
'Labon ko' might sound like a Pritam number but isn't the kind one expects in a Priyadarshan flick. But the track does make for a good hear. With its slight sufi touch, it reminds you very minutely of tracks from 'Life In A Metro', though many may not agree.
An unheard combination of Tulsi Kumar and Shaan makes way for 'Let's rock soniye', a song that has a mega-party tag to it. Even though one has heard similar tracks in the past, the song makes its mark as Pritam puts in a lot of ingredients together to create a fun, dance number on the lines of 'Mahi ve'.
'Sajda', crooned by K.K., cannot be termed an out-and-out hit as it lacks that slight zest.
Another average track comes in the form of 'Sakhiya'. Tulsi Kumar gets to go solo in this number where she does a good job but it also makes one wonder if it might have been better with Shreya behind the vocals. With rhythm as its base, the song would appeal to a certain group of masses.
'Bhool Bhulaiya' doesn't falter much and the entire album turns out to be a great package. Pritam gets his notes right, making it a much awaited film too.